Following your correspondent’s criticism of the position of the front number plate on my 1914 GP Mercedes, I enclose a photograph (by courtesy of Dudley Gahagan) of the car at the top of the Test Hill at Brooklands, which must have been taken around 1922.
This clearly shows the positioning of the number plate and, as you may know, I always try to carry out restorations as closely as possible to the original state of the car.
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Memories of Marcos
Sir, I particularly enjoyed Richard Heseltine’s feature on Marcos cars in your February edition as it brought back happy memories for me. As a 20-year-old art student at Loughborough Training…